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News & Views 1 minute 06 May 2021

2021 New York New MICHELIN Stars

Get ready to eat at these 7 newly-Starred restaurants in New York

New York City Michelin Star Revelation

Congratulations to seven new One MICHELIN Star restaurants joining the New York MICHELIN Guide this year! Here's who's new to the guide. Find every Starred restaurant in the New York MICHELIN Guide here.

Tsukimi

The name Tsukimi references the mid-autumn harvest festival honoring the moon at its fullest and brightest. With that seasonal approach in mind, Chef Takanori Akiyama has created a deeply personal interpretation of a proper kaiseki meal.

Rezdôra. Photo by Colin Clark, courtesy of Rezdôra
Rezdôra. Photo by Colin Clark, courtesy of Rezdôra

Rezdôra

Rezdôra offers authentic, regionally focused Italian fare. The quality and execution continued to impress time and again thanks to Chef Stefano Secchi.

Jua. Photo by Dan Ahn, courtesy of Jua
Jua. Photo by Dan Ahn, courtesy of Jua

Jua

Chef Hoyoung Kim worked at Jungsik, both in Seoul and New York, and he expertly weaves Western influences into his Korean prix-fixe menu.

Don Angie. Photo by Ashley Sears, courtesy of Don Angie
Don Angie. Photo by Ashley Sears, courtesy of Don Angie

Don Angie

Wife-and-husband chef partners Angie Rito and Scott Tacinelli have created a modern Italian American menu with a true global flair. Think sourdough pasta and fior di latte mochi for dessert. They handle bold flavors with creativity and finesse.

Kochi. Photo by Will Blunt, courtesy of Kochi
Kochi. Photo by Will Blunt, courtesy of Kochi

Kochi

With expertly grilled skewers, Korean ingredients, and bold, exciting compositions, Chef Sungchul Shim and his team craft a truly special experience where technique and personality go hand in hand.

Francie. Photo by Pete Herron, courtesy of Francie
Francie. Photo by Pete Herron, courtesy of Francie

Francie

Native New Yorker chef Chris Cipollone excels at balancing intriguing flavors and textures and his expertise on is on display in contemporary pasta dishes, his signature pithivier and the sauces that accompany each course.

Vestry. Photo courtesy of Vestry
Vestry. Photo courtesy of Vestry

Vestry

Steering this kitchen's reins is the talented Chef Shaun Hergatt whom New Yorkers know well from his previous ventures SHO Shaun Hergatt and Juni. This menu exudes elegance and the ethos continues to be a marriage of Asian ingredients with classic French technique.

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